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Old 08-11-2011, 08:37 AM   #1
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Covering Fireplace Surround with "Metal" adhesive product?


I have the traditional tiled fireplace surround on the wall and hearth. I'm looking for a quick fix to update it. Saw the "metal" adhesive products at a local store. 60% recycled material, with .012"; of aluminum sheeting, over a polymer core, and polyester top coat. It says it's ASTME84 fire and smoke rated for Class 1 & A materials. Would this be an acceptable option? Would it get hot on the off chance we had a fire in the fireplace? We live in Houston, Tx., so it might be used a half-dozen times in the winter, max, if ever.


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